Hosted by Sashka Regina, Forbes-featured Leading Business & Brand Strategist, CEO & Founder of BrandSashka and Future Forward Hub. This podcast is centred around 6x of the World Health Organisation's Global Goals, where conversations take place with regular people, implementing extraordinary change. Because through conversation and education, positive change can take place to achieve the Global Goals.
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FFH 42: Finishing 2021 with a BANG and preparing for 2022!
This episode is to thank you for being a part of the first successful year for Future Forward Hub’s 2020/2021 journey. It’s been an exhilarating year with my founding contributors who have been with me supporting my vision and mission and I’m so blessed and grateful for them. You can read more about the contributors here (https://futureforwardhub.com/contributors/)
And we’re even more excited for 2022 and what the year will bring for Future Forward Hub Podcast & Events, as well as growing the community! Beyond excited!!!
We’ll be with you again in January 2022 revived and ready to achieve the Global Goals one step at a time, starting off with the Podcast Episodes from the past event from Sunday 21st November 2021.
And as always, we love hearing from you!
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FFH 41: Banish Binge Eating for Good with Janine Wirth
This episode is for you, if you’re wanting to scrap the slate clean and be who you were meant to be before bad things happened to you. Trauma affects how we parent, show up in our careers as well as personal relationships. By healing that broken part deep within, everything else naturally improves. Janine creates more awareness about trauma and how it affects you later in life.
Janine Wirth writes:
‘my relationship with trauma started in my childhood. I had a traumatized mother who wasn’t available to me and after experiencing many of my own traumatic events including surviving a violent hijacking, kidnapping and attempted rape at gunpoint, I knew I didn’t want to be a traumatized mother to my own children.
I had the opportunity to change direction from corporate sales and management to psychotherapy, RTThypnotherapy and life coaching. Founder and creator of the ground-breaking programmes, ‘Freedom from your traumatic childhood' and ‘Banish Binge Eating for Good’ Janine is a certified psychotherapist, life coach and clinical hypnotherapist with a global virtual practice, enabling her to help women worldwide from the comfort of their own homes.
She resides in Germany with her husband and three children
FFH 40: How do you develop a positive work ethic when you don’t enjoy your job or find it interesting anymore?
With Eva Gruber and Adil Amarsi
This episode is for you if you’re struggling with keeping a positive work ethic when you don’t enjoy your job or find it interesting anymore. This is a loaded question, which we aim to converse and answer on, as best we can in this short amount of time.
Today we converse on this episode about:
Personal moments in which we didn’t enjoy our job or find it interesting anymore. The role that people-pleasing plays in work ethic and the meaning thereof How are Millenials, Gen Z’s and Gen Y’s dealing with the hardship of work ethic? What do we need to reframe around work ‘ethics’ for the future? Motivation and the role it plays in your job positivity The key to creating a work ethic that is aligned with a job that we love
FFH 39: Reinventing the Relationship with Education with Aneta Londa
This episode is for you, if you’re passionate about quality education, especially for 14-20 year old's, who don’t fit into the current educational system, but have the potential for doing great things in their own way – but don’t yet know what that way is.
Today we converse on this episode about:
Reinventing the relationship with quality education What it means to stand out in a crowd and show up with your differences What it means to give your strengths a voice What education is currently being implemented for 14-20-year-olds to reach their highest potential outside of the current educational system How the idea of Moonshot Pirates came about The not-so-simplistic world of entrepreneurship
Find out more about Moonshot Pirates www.moonshotpirates.com
FFH 38: How to be Ultra Spiritual with JP Spears
This episode is for you, if you’re someone who’s been living most of their lives in a world of contrasts and not really knowing how to align both worlds to make it liveable for YOU, without rocking everyone else’s boat and staying true to yourself.
In order to make an impact, the change you seek to make an impact around needs to be found within yourself first, and this episode aims at assisting you with some starting points on building your creativity whilst being spiritual and intellectual as well as using comedy as a tool to communicate your messaging.
FFH 37: Eradicating Entrepreneurial Poverty
With Mike Michalowicz
This episode is for you, if you’re an entrepreneur struggling with putting profit first, that is, paying everyone else and forgetting about yourself. In order to achieve the Global Goals of Decent Work and Economic Growth and Good Health and Well Being, it’s important to recognize that you too are a vital part of your organisation and needing to be paid as well as know-how to manage and KEEP the money rather than just spend it.
Today we speak on this episode about:
(06:06) It isn’t about making money, but compromising ourselves (14:06) Entrepreneurial poverty isn’t just about cash (23:54) Being different, gets people’s attention (24:35) Consistency is being 100% yourself (33:18) We’re all on the same level, never look up to someone else
Learn something new with every episode
I've always thought marketing to be dry and boring material. Not with Sashka though!
I learn something new with every episode. So much so, that I actually binge listened to the podcast to catch up!
Sashka is not your regular marketing guru! SHE'S THE SOUL BRAND MARKETING GURU!
She helps you find out what it is that really makes you tick and how to let that shine through in all your branding.
No wonder HER OWN SOUL shines through brightly in this wonderful podcast!